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's top fashion designers the rest of the week on cnn. look for alina's special back stage pass from paris this saturday, july 14th, at 2:30 eastern. >>> this hour in the cnn newsroom we are focusing on the congressional vote on the affordable health care act also known as obama health care. we'll take you to a city where the mayor is cutting workers pay to minimum wage. if you're missing some channels on your directv don't worry. cnn is working of course but we want to talk about that as well. we'll get right down to it. we're hearing that it could get a statement today on the health of congressman jesse jackson jr. of illinois. one of his top aids says that jackson's condition is not life threatening. last week jackson's office issued a statement saying he is struggling with physical and emotional problems that will require extensive medical treatment. the 47-year-old took a medical leave of absence last month which his office attributed to exhaustion. he has been under growing pressure to explain his disappearance from capitol hill. we'll have more details and a live report from chicago
myself through a fair number of arduous activities in addition to going up 14ers. i work for cnn. so maybe brian's mother could watch that too and double the viewership for cnn. [ laughter ] bill o'reilly was at my house for dinner the other night with a group of people. i wasn't there. he brought -- >> [ laughter ] >> no, it's fine, it's fine. there were lots of people there. i told bill once, i said, you guys on fox, i love watching fox, but any conservative can be on fox. i said, i'm on cnn. i parachute in behind enemy lines twice a week and sit there on a panel of 14 people to get four words out. and he said -- or maybe it's sean hannity who said, it's very courageous of you bill, very anonymous of you and very courageous of you. no one's watching. what happened thursday in washington was a travesty. i cannot tell you how disappointed i am in john roberts. i cannot tell you how disappointed i am. [ applause ] and i'm going to tell you why. i'm going to tell you why. because i know him. i have a lot of friends of his are friends of mine. i've had dinner with him. i've talked with
of the health care debate keep it on cnn. monitor cnn.com throughout the day. >> i'll get ali off the ledge and switch gears. >>> banned for life. this does not bode well for lance armstrong. three of lance armstrong's closest cycling advisers, two doctors and a trainer have received what's really considered to be the death penalty in sports from the u.s. anti-doping agency. they were all associated with lance armstrong's former u.s. postal service cycling team. the agency says they were trafficking in performance enhancing drugs during all or part of lance armstrong's seven tour de france victories. armstrong himself is not part of that. but he is fighting charges as well that he used banned drugs. he filed a lawsuit. it was dismissed. he went ahead and refiled that lawsuit in a flash, really. all within a matter of days. a lawsuit against the anti-doping agency to try to help keep their case from going forward. stay tuned to this space. it may be dismissed again. it may go forward. >> there's been anti-doping agency news almost every day. one might start to wonder whether they are on a pe
today. >> cnn political analyst rolen martin in houston where romney spoke. good to see you. >> like wise. >> tell us what you think romney thinks he'll accomplish here when you take a look at the polls and they say what about 5% african-americans support romney compared to 87% for president obama. >> well, first of all i think if you go back to a couple things, obvious obviously senator obama got the percent of the vote in 2008. in 1998 speaker gingrich was the leader of the house he was perceived as far too antagonist tick when it came to minorities and that was not appealing to suburban white women. then governor george w. bush ran in 2000 with compassionate conservativism and that was a lot more appealing to those constituents. so really what mitt romney is doing is not necessarily to get significant numbers of black votes but to say to independent voters out there, i am reaching out. i'm not simply trying to be only looking at one ethnic group when it comes to the gop. i think that's really what the intention is to say i'm open, have open arms to reach out to many other people.
. >> reporter: wolf, naacp leaders told cnn they praised mitt romney for showing what they called courage in coming to this convention today. but safe to say mitt romney did not hide his positions on issues that are dear to the civil rights group. and members of the naacp did not hide their feelings about mitt romney. >> honorable mitt romney this morning is our speaker. [ applause ] >> reporter: at first the applause for mitt romney at the naacp was polite. but that did not last long. when the gop contender pledged to get the national debt under control in part by repealing the president's health care law, the crowd let him have it. >> and so to do that i'm going to eliminate every non-essential expensive program i can find. that includes obama care. and i'm going to work to reform and save -- >> reporter: the boos lasted 15 seconds. the most sustained negative response romney has received in this campaign. the chair of the naacp's national board said members objected to romney's use of the term obama care, a buzz word coined by the critics. >> that was a loaded statement. and the crowd
. and a church school forcing little kids to beg for money. cnn's cameras are there. great shot. how did the nba become the hottest league on the planet? by building on the cisco intelligent network they're able to serve up live video, and instant replays, creating fans from berlin to beijing. what can we help you build? nice shot kid. the nba around the world built by the only company that could. cisco. energy is being produced to power our lives. while energy development comes with some risk, north america's natural gas producers are committed to safely and responsibly providing generations of cleaner-burning energy for our country, drilling thousands of feet below fresh water sources within self-contained well systems. and, using state-of-the-art monitoring technologies, rigorous practices help ensure our operations are safe and clean for our communities and the environment. we're america's natural gas. test test test o >>> let's get to jack cafferty. he's got the cafferty file. jack. >> wolf, as the democrats and republicans get ready to host their national conventions in the next few weeks
and at times a very reaction to what he had to say. >> i want to bring up a tweet we saw from cnn contributor. he is a former speech writer for george w. bush. i would wonder whether the romney campaign wanted to be booed at the naacp. that whole line, could he maybe been aiming at his own base with that one? >> i asked the romney campaign that very question when we had a chance to talk with them. they did not respond to that question but were peppered with so many questions i think they were having trouble answering all of them. they didn't have time to answer all of them. i will say that mitt romney did get a lot of conservative props on twitter and social media for coming to this group and sticking to his principles and policy positions. he did not tailor his speech. he said he would repeal the president's signature legislative achievement, that is the health care law and tipped off a number of other iemts. and so even the leadership of the naacp that i talked to after this event were saying mitt romney showed a lot of courage in coming here today. >> speaking of props you eluded to this.
the term obama care. we at cnn use the term the president's health care law instead of commenting to an audience that is very friendly to the audience and say you would repeal it is almost sort of inviting a confrontation. now, if you go on social media right now, you will see that there are a lot of republicans out there applauding mitt romney for coming into this audience and saying what he will do as president of the united states and this message may be designed not just for the naacp but to go out across the country because it's being carried live and go to those independent sectors of independent areas, battleground states and it's interesting to see the different takes on what happened here today, but no question about it, this was a very negative reaction to what mitt romney had to say here this morning. >> and it will be interesting to hear, jim, what romney thought about the reception there, what his own camp -- how they might spend this appearance by mitt romney there in houston. jim, thank you so much. let's discuss this further, however, with gop strategists and cnn c
a number of half brothers and back in 2008 cnn found within of them in kenya. remember this. >> i never knew my father. i was six-month-old when he died. >> i found george far away from the glamour of the presidential campaign. george obama has lead a very different life. >> i live well. i'm kenyan. so [ inaudible ]. >> well he sees this and thinks aha! i have his half brother, and i'm going to go get him! so he includes him in a documentary he is going to release called "2016 obama's america." and here is a peace. >> i saw a story i believe on cnn that obama's half brother, i believe george was living in nairobi in a hut. and i click on the story, and there is a picture. obama had not done anything to help you. >> i think he has a family of his own. he is supposed to help his family. >> right. but don't you think you are part of his family. >> yeah i'm part of his family but i'm over it. i can help myself. >> you are an adult. you are his brother. has he been your keeper? >> ask him. he has other issues to deal with -- >> well he is taking care of the world. >> yeah a
with cnn. we want to know why you have children out here begging for money at this subway. >> we're not answering any questions. >> reporter: but we found out who the man is. he's reverend robert lacy jr. he and his father are the people who run st. andrew's. the school whose children are regularly spotted hustling for money at subway stations. why are they doing it? where is the money going? >> if you have any questions, you can give them to us in writing. >> reporter: okay. but why can't you answer that question now, sir? i think children should be home doing their homework during the school year, not begging commuters for money. this poor little boy should be doing his homework. yolanda bailey had three children at st. andrews and she pulled them out. >> to me, it's just like a big slave camp. >> reporter: bailey said she was told her kids were doing fund-raising. she says no one told her they were begging. >> me and my little brother went out with pastor lacy. he told us if we didn't make $50 we would stand there until we did. >> reporter: catherine says she pulled her son ou
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. >> thank you. >> it's time to send it over to c "cnn newsroom" and carol costello. >>> good morning. happening right now in the newsroom, houston pitch. mitt romney houston bound to address the naacp after eric holder called the texas i.d. law a poll tax. what will mitt romney say to the nation's oldest civil rights organization? >>> station break. if you're one of the 20 million direct tv customers, you are waking up with more than two dozen fewer channels this morning. comedy central, bet, and the list goes on. overnight, negotiations falling through, big time. >>> painkiller prescription. oxcontrin makers planning to test their drug on children as young as 6 years old. >>> the cash behind the candidate as big corporations give millions to obama and romney. cnn digs into who's raking in the most green. will the election be decided by wall street and not main street? >>> and home of the beret. the u.s. olympic team in french hats and blue blazers. do these guys look ready for the olympics or a croquet match in the hamptons? >>> good morning to you. i'm carol costello. thank you so
developments in the race for the white house. it's a virtual dead heat according to the latest cnn poll of polls. the president getting 46% of the vote if the election were held today. mitt romney just one point back at 45%. the cnn poll of polls averages the results of three major national polls conducted in the last 10 days. >>> and another one for the joe biden gag reel. he cracked this joke. >> my mother said -- it was wonderful for children, having your great aunt, your great uncle live with you. those walls are often thin. i wonder how the hell my parents did it. but that's a different story. i know you don't know anything about that. >> you're on tv. >> really? the sex joke? really? really? >> i don't know. >> what event was he at? >> you've got to love the guy. come on. >> maybe he was just talking about they couldn't talk about their family finances. >> clearly. christine going for the financial. >> maybe. >> those unpleasant financial conversations that happen at night in the bedroom. >> there is real value to men with a faulty filter. >> absolutely, absolutely. christine, tha
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the police ask. so for the 411, we tracked down our own cnn legal contributor, paul cal "outfront" with us now. >> with my cell phone. >> with your cell phone. somebody tracking you as we speak, my friend. is this a nefarious, sneaky thing, or is this a good thing? >> you know, my civil libertarian juices started flowing when i first heard about this story. you know, law enforcement violating the rights of american people. but i was talking to a close friend who is a prosecutor in new york, who was just kind of throwing the cold water in my face. and what he said was, this is ridiculous. he said, you know, they're talking about 1.3 million requests being made, nationwide, we're a country of about 314 million people, i think. so it's less than, you know -- less than half a percent of the population. by the way, over 2 million people are in prison in the united states. so it's less even than the percentage of convicted felons who are imprisoned. and these are situations where the court, judges have approved court orders and subpoenas and search warrants for these records. frankly, i don't se
this morning, you see them there, mrc global, celebrating its recent ipo. >>> cnn has learned that a mix of pathogens caused a mystery illness that killed 64 children in cambodia. doctors say an inappropriate use of steroids made the illness worse in most patients. our doctor, sanjay gupta, will have the latest from cambodia. we'll bring that to you in the next 30 minutes i'd say. >>> today, house republicans will have their say on repealing the so-called obamacare. it is the first vote since the supreme court upheld the sweeping health care reforms two weeks ago. but even if passed by the gop majority in the house, the repeal is doomed in the senate, which the democrats control. >>> in a perfect democratic kind of world, you would decide who to vote for based on cold hard facts. the truth is, that's hard to do because of all the cold hard cash out there. 2012 could be the year of the $1 billion campaign. that's more than enough money to sway your opinion based on the ads alone. so the question this morning, who will buy your vote? corporate america, unions, who? vivica novak is the comm
e-mails that were read to cnn indicate high-ranking officials tat school knew about a 2001 shower incident involving a boy and sandusky, but never reported it to outside authorities. also an op ed written by joe paterno a month before he died was released today. paterno wrote, this is not a football scandal and should not be treated as one, it is not an academic scandal and does not in any way tarn tish hard-earned and well-deserved academic reputation of penn state. susan candiotti in philadelphia, pennsylvania, what are you hearing, susan? >> reporter: hi, tom. this is going to be an interesting report. let's remind people how it came about. it was last november when penn state's board of trustees hired former fbi director louie free to conduct this internal investigation. and it should be no-holds-barred. two key things they're looking at is what could be done in the future to prevent other children from being sexually abused on that campus? two key things we're going to be looking at, an incident that happened back in 1998 involving jerry sandusky and a little boy that was inv
for the mystery illness that's killed at least 64 cambodian children. sources tell cnn an investigation by the world conclude the illness is caused by a combination of pathogens.. including streptococcus, dengue and the virus associated with hand, foot and mouth disease. the sources say investigators also found inappropriate use of steroids made the illness worse in a majority of patients. steroids can suppress the immune system. japan's rare baby panda has died.. just one week after birth. this is shin-shin...the seven- year-old mother of the infant panda. she gave birth to the first giant panda to be born in the country in 24 years. locals celebrated the rare birth last week.. but the excitement was short lived. the un-named cub died from pneumonia after it's mother's milk accidentally entered its airway. zoo officials say 60 to 70- percent of baby giant pandas die within their first week. in medical watch.. how stress can create significant health risks for police officers. a study of police in buffalo new york reveals connections between the daily stressors of police work.. and obes
from cnn republican presidential primary debate in south carolina in january, responding to the moderator. now such ads have put romney back on the hot seat, despite reports of a still struggling economy and high unemployment, a new poll shows obama has extended his lead over romney to 6 percentage points. speaking to radio iowa late monday, romney answered his critics about his secretive accounting. >> i realize the president's failure to actually reignite the economy makes it hard for him to discuss his own record. so he is going to try to attack me and every personal basis he can come up with. with regard to any foreign investments? i understand that my investments have been held by a blind trust, have been managed by a trustee. i do not even know where they are. that trusty follows all u.s. laws all the taxes are paid, as appropriate, all of them have been reported to the government. there is nothing hidden there. for instance, if you own shares leslie in renault or fiat, you still have to disclose that and pay taxes in the u.s. the president is going to try to do any
don't need to raise taxes on anybody. i think he said that to harvey on cnn. that's a tougher -- it's a tougher pull for him. >> i wonder what bill clinton would think of what the president is proposing right now and perhaps it's a good idea -- >> i think he already said he's against it. >> say nice thing about bill clinton right now. talk about how much he loves bill clinton and then tell him to keep his mouth shut. michael steele. >> i think that's a fair point. i'm intrigued by the whole idea of this conversation to begin with. this invocation of bill clinton is nice, but what they fail to acknowledge is that what spurred that growth that they're talking about was not the tax rates that the top earners were paying, was the cut in capital gains that spurred those owners of industry and small businesses to go and invest in that economy that was being created and supported by welfare reform and the like. so you've got to look at the total package of what bill clinton did. he cut spending, working with newt gingrich in the republican house at the time, they cut the capital gains as t
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to be 54. >> you have family? >> i brother is a photojournalist on the white house detail for cnn n. if you see somebody who likes like me with less hair. that's him. >> that's my younger brother. >> and dad was upi. >> the hay day. i was telling mike, i used to remember as a kid we had one car growing up. we took him to work and came back and picked him up. we parked on the 14th street and he'd be sitting there typing away a cigarette and a bottle of whiskey as the old time reporter used to be. >> we're all about invade your city. >> you are. i can't wait. >> mother of the bride? >> what do you hope that we'll remember about tampa. >> i think for most people coming to tampa, it's an -- market. some have never been to tampa before. it's a mid sized american city hosting an international event that other other than the olympics will be the most watched television event in the world this year. tampa is a place that what i hope, people walk away with saying wow. this is a city i didn't know about. this is city i would like to potentially visit again. a city i'd like to invest in. it's a really
family year, your brother? >> a journalist from cnn. so if you see someone that looks like the that's my younger brother. [laughter] as a kid we only had one parcel we would take my dad to put in the morning and pick him up in the afternoon. parked on 14th street i would look at the national press club and he would be there tied to the way i'm sure cigarette hanging out of his mouth and a bottle of whiskey as the secretary is banging away on a typewriter and loving every minute of it. >> [inaudible] what do you hope will you remember? >> and most people coming to tampa it's about that market. so many of you in the room have never been to tampa before so it is a mid-sized city hosting an event that the olympics will be the most television watched in the world. tampa is a place that what i hope people walk away with saying wow this is a city i didn't do anything about. i would like to potentially visit again the reader will be in the tampa bay times or you can purchase a baseball out of there that would go into the gulf of mexico. i think late august in a tampa everything feels sweaty. i d
to cnn the federal government overpaid $14 billion in unemployment benefits just last year. that means 11% of all jobless benefits paid out were not supposed to be paid to those individuals. those overpayments that should have gone to people in need were sent by government to those who didn't deserve any money. you see, not all payments are to honest people who are looking for jobs and are out of work. inmate grimminger's case is bad, but there's more. a convicted killer, murderer in a california prison was receiving at least $30,000 in unemployment checks. the murderer made sure that his family and his friends cashed his checks while he was locked up. so each month his family fraudulently cashed his $1,600 check which they would then deposit in his jail bank account. guess where it went next, mr. speaker? he shared the jail money with some of his low-life prison gang members while he was in the joint. there's more. the federal government reportedly sent a man $515,000 in payments over 37 years. 37 years, mr. speaker because he was supposedly unemployed. 37 years of unemployment benefits
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